British India-born Anish Kapoor, Indian father and Iraqi Jewish mother, at the age of nineteen, after two years in Israel in a school of electronics, moves to England to enrol at the school of art. You fell in love with the famous machines of Marcel Duchamp and know who will become her teacher, Paul Neàgu.
Kapoor's sculptural installation, known as C-curves, a reflective steel wall curve inside, with the shape of the letter C.
Once the Viewer is in front of the concave structure, as in the spoon, the reflected image tips and is inexplicably reversed.
"The world around you looks like something that would normally be taken for granted but that is not a foregone conclusion".